We live in an exciting time of innovation.  It seems like every time you turn on the news, there’s a new product or service being released that’s designed to change the way you approach your business.  From new apps and technologies to revolutionary ways of thinking, there’s no doubt it’s an incredible time to be working.

But did you ever think that huge innovations are happening right now – in your transaction reports?

Your Reporting Tools Just Got a Huge Update

It might not be a surprise that you haven’t been keeping up with these massive updates.  After all, transaction reports aren’t exactly the sexiest topic in the world – so they’re not about to make the front news of Fast Company.


But here at Hubworks.com, we’re pretty excited about these major changes. Transaction reports can form the very foundation of your business, including the decisions you make on a day-to-day basis.

So if there are any changes to these reports, we’re going to be the first to know about them!

Seen Any of These Changes Lately?

If you’ve logged into your transaction report recently and noticed a few changes, they’re happening for a few strategic reasons:

  1. Mobility is King: Think about the so-called olden days of revenue reports and transaction sheets.  In order to access them, you had to be right in front of your office computer.  Sure, it was a great idea when you had the time to sit in your office and do some paperwork – but who has the time for that anymore? 

Now, transaction reports are going mobile in ways previously thought unimaginable.  These days, you can access your business reports on your tablet and mobile phone, so you can always do business wherever you go.

  1. Your Most Important Business Info – On an App: Think apps are just for gamers and commuters?  Think again – your most crucial business functions can be performed with mobile phone apps.  Simply download these business apps to your smartphone, tap it open with your finger, and discover how to run your business – all while you’re on-the-go.
  1. They Work For All Businesses: Just a few years ago, transaction reports seemed like something that would only suit a Fortune 500 company.  But these reports are changing – in fact, restaurants, hotels, and small mom-and-pop shops are able to benefit from the key information contained in these reports.

Revenue reports now contain detailed information on labor costs, costs per customer, sales data, and number of transactions – all the details every small business needs to double in size.

There’s no doubt that these changes are going to change the way people do business in 2016.  With a simple transaction report, you’ll have the tools you need to take your business to the next level.

And if you haven’t seen these changes for yourself?  Well, it may be time to ditch that old reporting tool in favor of something new and innovative.  Maybe something like this…